Congresswoman Re-Tells The Time She Was Brutally Assaulted — And Decided To Get A Gun (Audio)

Tennessee Republican Rep. Diane Black revealed to Ralph Bristol on Nashville’s SuperTalk 99.7 WTN Monday she was a victim of a vicious physical assault over 15 years ago, an experience that made her an ardent supporter of Second Amendment rights.

Black recalled the day of the attack that she says happened on Nashville’s Vanderbilt University campus, and how she decided to get a concealed carry permit immediately thereafter.

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